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MSNBC
Oct 16, 2012 9:00am PDT
company but he was born in mexico. and, had had he been born of mexican paperses i would have a better shot at winning. actually, mitt, that is so true. the reason latinos aren't voting for you because your policies suck. >> that was rosie perez a peering in a new web ad sponsored by a pro obama super pack that comes as a new poll shows support for president obama slipping slightly from 72% to 67%. while mitt romney support has itched up three points from 20% to 23%. immigration dominated the conversation during the republican primaries it's been largely absent from the general. romney outflanked his opponents taking a hard right tack on illegal immigration. remember this one. >> if you say that we should not educate children who have come into our state for no other reason than they've been brought there by no fault of their own i don't think you have a heart. >> i think if you're opposed to illegal immigration it doesn't mean you don't have a heart. you have a heart and a brain. >> now as part of his great pivot to the middle romney has adopted softer language focusing on the preside
MSNBC
Oct 19, 2012 9:00am PDT
the roster of swing states change. right. new mexico was won by bush in '04, contested in '08 and this time around the republicans are not contesting it. arizona is just out of reach for the democrats. it will become in reach pretty soon and i think you know, maybe 20 years it will be a democratic state. >> which is -- there was some talk in, you know, election cycles from not too too many election cycles from now, maybe texas will be a state where democrats -- >> but on the other hand, missouri, arkansas, west virginia are gone. >> they're gone and not coming back. >> right. >> i mean, i think, you know, republican party is right to be kind of panicky about this. these parties are flexible and there are obvious paths to fixing it. is president romney gets done comprehensive immigration reform and an enormous amount of political pressure to do that if he wants to get reelected. >> worth noting, andrew ross is sorkin in terms of money in this race, i thought this was interesting, from an obama campaign aide this is reported in play book this morning -- we were talking before this show began,
MSNBC
Oct 23, 2012 9:00am PDT
on what happens here. that wasn't discussed. as you said issues with mexico, the drug trade. they become more about sort of each of the two candidates' agendas going in, consultants pivot to the economy make the debate about this and the moderator that has a narrow set of issues they want to cover and so much of the rest of what matters to voters at the end of the day don't get covered. the debate was limited in. >> governor, did you think when they did talk about domestic affairs, the auto bailout and some bit of gas prices and so forth, that resonated with the american public osh just campaign -- >> i think a little more so, although again, governor romney has consistently in these debates shown a wanton disregard for the facts. he said his plan was a managed bankruptcy and that he did favor some form of government aid. he talked about loan guarantees. guarantees are only valuable if someone's willing to loan you the money. >> right. >> and the point of it is and where president obama saved the auto industry nobody was willing to loan them the money or to invest, not bain capital not a
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